A career in Psychological Provision with us means you’ll be providing outstanding and rewarding care, to people having a difficult time with their mental health and wellbeing.
We regularly post our opportunities on this page, but here are some examples of the valuable support you may be providing:
- Using Cognitive Behavioural Therapy to help a young person manage their eating disorder
- Supporting a person living with long term recurrent depression, as an adult psychotherapist with our community mental health teams (CMHT)
- Working as a clinical psychologist to help a person with a learning disability feel more independent, and boost their wellbeing
Get in touch to find out more and check back here regularly.
What it’s like to work for us
While working for us, you can expect:
- Training and education opportunities to help you build your skills
- Encouragement to pursue your career goals
- Opportunities to learn from our specialist teams how we provide outstanding patient care and support
- Professional development opportunities to progress in your career
See our latest opportunities on the NHS Jobs website (opens new browser tab)
You can also follow us on social media to hear about the latest opportunities and future career events.
We regularly run career discussion events where you can meet members from our teams and learn more about a career in psychological therapy, and what it’s like working here.
You’re welcome to come along if you’re an A level Psychology or Undergraduate Psychology student, or studying a related degree, and aspiring to pursue a career as a psychological therapist.
We’ll publish our 2022 event schedule soon.
Contact us to find out when the latest event will take place, or if you would like a copy of our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).
We can also send you copies of presentations after each event.
We often have training opportunities for MSc, Doctorate and Psychotherapy training placement with our psychological therapists.
Some of our services occasionally offer honorary opportunities to psychology graduates, including research and audit, which will be advertised here.
When you volunteer with us, you’ll be making a difference for our teams, patients and communities.
You could be welcoming visitors, supporting our busy reception teams, or providing practical and emotional support to our patients.
Look at our latest volunteer roles (opens new browser tab)